Ubisoft And Aim Lab Partner For Rainbow Six Siege Training

It looks like Ubisoft wants to help you “git gud” at Rainbow Six Siege. The developer has partnered with Aim Lab in a bid to create an official training program for the game.

Aim Lab is a creator studio that lets you build maps and training tasks in order to up your game. “You can create custom maps with insane exterior terrains, hundreds of items and an array of different bots and behaviors with custom pathing,” according to its website. Basically, you can create maps and custom tasks that will help you improve your skill for games like Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Valorant, Call of Duty, and now Rainbow Six Siege.

“Aim Lab has recreated the fundamentals of the Rainbow Six Siege experience within graybox versions of Oregon and Clubhouse, two of the game’s more popular maps,” said Ubisoft’s announcement. “Rainbow Six Siege physics have also been replicated within these environments, giving opportunities to become more comfortable with player movements, weapon recoil, and general map flow and movement. Aim Lab will also add new tasks and features that teach fundamental skills beyond the basics, like recoil control, entry fragging, and others that take a little more advanced skill.”

Besides practicing and improving your Siege skills, participants will also receive rewards like an exclusive Aim Lab skin. PC players will be able to download Aim Lab from Steam for free and start practicing as soon as possible; console players will have to wait a bit.

Rainbow Six Siege is one of the most popular first person shooter multiplayer games out there. Ubisoft’s constant support for the game has ensured its popularity over the six years since its launch. While it is very popular, the game includes a number of abilities, teamwork features, and other aspects that could prove a bit intimidating for newer players. Hopefully, Aim Lab’s training program instills confidence in players who are hesitant to get into the game after such a long time.

Ubisoft’s other partnership, with the AbleGamers Charity, resulted in Rainbow Six Siege raising over $170,000. The collaboration involved releasing a bundle that included a uniform, weapon skin, charm, and headgear all adorned with the organization’s logo.

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